Nature, Addresses and Lectures
Houghton Mifflin, 1903 - 461 páginas
This book is the first volume in the 1903 Riverside Press's Centenary Edition of Ralph Waldo Emerson's collected works. This volume contains a biographical sketch of Emerson and his work "Nature: Addresses and Lectures." The works were compiled and edited by Ralph Waldo Emerson's son, Edward Waldo Emerson.
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